Introducing a completely wireless laptop campus brought a new set of challenges for this Michigan university's IT team.
A new working group dominated by IT representatives from higher education is tackling the problems and solutions of running WiFi networks that need to support a dramatic proliferation of wireless devices on campus and in business.
Meraki has released a couple of new access points (APs) in its 802.11n family, boosting performance and lowering cost.
What do you do with an aging IT infrastructure that's preventing your school from accomplishing its technology goals? If you're American International College's CIO, you tear down the whole thing and start from scratch.
Extreme Networks has launched a set of gigabit Ethernet switches to address the rising mobility and virtualization requirements of campus and data center networks.
Handling the many wireless devices that must access a campus WiFi network at once is a common challenge in higher education, where the increasing proliferation of wireless devices can raise capacity issues.
Two institutions--Northern Arizona and The Master's College--have both added network access control (NAC) technology from Impulse Point, replacing their legacy systems.
Purdue University will be one of the early recipients of Verizon Wireless' rollout of a 4G network starting this year.
Siemon, a company that produces network cabling, has confirmed adherence of its twisted-pair and optical fiber products to the new IEEE standard 802.3ba-2010, which lays out two new Ethernet speeds, 40 Gbps and 100 Gbps.